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Staub 1 Quart Round Teapot, Grenadine
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- Even heat distribution and heat retention that only cast iron can offer. Contents stay hotter longer
- Stainless Steel handles that fold down for easy access to lid
- Not only a teapot, can be used as a soup pourer
- Smooth bottom is suitable for use on any cooking surface, including induction
- Made in France and developed in conjunction with France's most celebrated, world renowned chef Paul Bocuse
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1)Its terribly small girth: I have a professional Thermador rangetop with massive burners and this poor little teapot gets swallowed up by them. I have to have the burner on medium-low to low as to not have flames lopping up the sides of the teapot. This, coupled with the fact that cast iron is slow to heat up anyway, makes the task of heating up water take WAY longer than my old stainless steel model. Also, the small size is generally fine for everyday use, but if you are trying to boil teawater for more than a few people, then this teapot cannot accomodate your needs.
2)Its weight: Don't be fooled by its petite size, this is one heavy teapot! It doesn't pose too much of a problem for me, being that I'm still relatively young and strong, but if I were much older or had arthritis or other joint problems, I don't think I'd be able to handle this teapot!Read more ›
Staub teapots follow the Asian Villagers (for example Japanese Tetsubin teapots) way of making tea where you watch the water boil, dump the leaves in and serve from a sturdy cast iron pot that will keep the tea warm for an hour. The cast iron is traditionally meant for a woodstove, stone hearth or firepit. Imagine being by the fire in a cottage in the woods on a crisp fall day, then this would be your pot.
This is an excellent interpretation of the Asian village teapot. It is larger and therefore has many more applications such as making Chai Tea (where you boil the spices and tea), mull wine, apple cider or even make a rich vanilla sauce or warm berry compote for your desert. The round shape is perfect for your whisk and the pouring spout is convenient. It is pretty enough to be brought to the table and the cast iron keeps the sauces warm for round two.
The interior is a dark grey shiny porcelain glaze (not matte as decribed). The cast iron shows through the Sunflower-colored glaze around the spout and makes the pot look a little dirty or unfinished. I would recomend getting this in a darker brighter color to avoid this.
It is also cast in a slightly thinner cast iron than their pots.
This is our first piece of Staub. I am generally a big fan of All-Clad and Le Creuset, but when I saw this pot a few years ago, I fell in love with it. We've get the blue one and it really compliments our other kitchen equipment and dishes (Polish pottery with lots of blue).
The stainless handles can be removed for cleaning, so the teapot can be made to shine with ease. I might support a view that the way the handle attaches to the pot might lead to a failure "someday". After about a years use of my pot, I do see a bit of wear and rust in the handle attachment area...nothing that concerns me now and likely not for 20 years.
On my gas range, the shape of this pot follows the contour of the gas flame perfectly, so water heats very quickly and efficiently, a full pot
of cold water heats to boiling in just under six minutes. A watched pot does boil and quickly! True, no whistle on the stout teapot. I don't miss the whistle and nor do my cats who always lay back ears at such sounds.
The pouring performance is perfect on this pot, the heated water flows exactly where you want it, and flows out at a predictable pace. I guess the only caution on pouring is the pot is a bit heavy, so my wife sometimes uses two hot mitts, one on the handle and one on the bottom of the pot. Yes, you need a hot mitt with this pot, the handle does get to hot to hold.
This is an expensive teapot, but the quality of construction and the classy unique appearance make it a winner.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great. Heats up really quickly and there's no ugly water residue on bottom. So easy to fill, with the easy access lid. Wish Staub made a bigger sized pot.Published 3 months ago by Eddy
This is a beautiful piece of cookware, like all Staub products. However, it is NOT legitimate to call it a 1-quart teapot, as it holds only two cups, or a 1/2 quart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by DJ
Absolutely adorable! Thanks for carrying a wonderful quality teapot! It's so cute I want to pinch its spout! Great color as advertised.Published 4 months ago by Valentina
Love the shape, the weight, and the color. Purchased to replace a non-ferrous kettle when I installed an induction stove. Read morePublished 5 months ago by yarnyoga
Water stays clean without a metallic taste. Color is just as pictured. Would like one in pumpkin color! Read morePublished 6 months ago by Sharon Wiedel
Oh yes!!! Love my kettle. Very well made and it shows nicely sitting on my stove. I really enjoy using it.Published 7 months ago by Leonard McCreary
Obviously it is superb. It is Staub. But best of all, how many tea pots do you have that open up for cleaning. Brilliant.Published 7 months ago by beach bound
I enjoy the unique look, the heavy heat-holding cast iron, and the easy to clean interior.Published 14 months ago by Whitewater